If you’re a high school senior not committed to a college, the fall can be a difficult but important time if you want to play softball. Watch today’s video for some advice.
The weather has been beautiful here in Pittsburgh, and I’m hoping it will hold out for a while yet so my girls can continue practicing outdoors as much as possible! But regardless, the post-work daylight hours are getting shorter, many people struggle with changing field use permissions in the fall, and it’s going to get chilly eventually.
In this week’s video, I introduce three core exercises that I really, really like. Not only will you feel this exercise in your core muscles immediately, you won’t be forced to twist and bend putting additional stress on your low back. The exercise not only challenges the core, but balance as well, which is important …
Now that most college-bound athletes will be leaving for school this week or next, I thought it was an appropriate time to give some insight into the daily responsibilities and experience of a college student athlete. It’s important for athletes and families to realize that the School:Softball:Social ratio differs at each division, each conference, and most likely at each school. Here are some first-hand accounts of a day in the life of a college softball player.
For this week’s contribution, I’m sharing an article that covers the science behind the importance of aerobic training and development for strength and power athletes. This article is technical and I understand it doesn’t satiate the reader’s who are looking for exercises or “workouts”. I’m sharing this for the fitness and strength and conditioning professionals who are in charge of creating and implementing training programs.